Ranveer Singh recreates Shah Rukh Khan’s Tu Mere Samne song in Switzerland!4,843 views
Ranveer, who is currently vacationing in Switzerland, just couldn’t help himself and recreated SRK’s song.
Mumbai: You don’t need to be his fan to know the fact that Ranveer Singh is one of the biggest Bollywood buffs. The actor never misses a chance to get filmy and charm everyone with his crazy antics. This time around, Ranveer, who is surrounded by snow clad mountains, took advantage of the moment and recreated Shah Rukh’s ‘Tu Mere Samne’ song from his film ‘Darr’.
Not only did Ranveer get the moves right, but he also perfectly got the haircut and attire on point. The self proclaimed SRK’s Jabra fan, Ranveer easily added an extra charm to the beautiful scenery with his energetic performance.
Now here’s the original song:
Ranveer got the song perfectly right, wouldn’t you agree? Bravo, Ranveer!
The actor is currently holidaying in Switzerland with his guy gang and by the looks of it, he is making the most of his time.
Something you dont know about Ranveer Singh:
Ranveer Singh is an Indian actor working in Bollywood. Born in Mumbai, India, Ranveer Singh had always wanted to be an actor since his childhood. However, during his college days he felt that the idea of acting was far-fetched and focused on creative writing. While pursuing his Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University (Bloomington), Singh again became interested in acting and after coming back to India, he started auditioning for lead roles in the Hindi film industry. In 2010, Singh auditioned for the lead role in the Yash Raj Films venture called Band Baaja Baaraat (2010), and got selected. The romantic comedy was set in the world of wedding planning and required Singh to portray a typical Delhi guy called Bittoo Sharma. The director of the film, Maneesh Sharma, sent him to the Delhi University campus during the recce of the film, and from there Singh drew his inspiration for the character. After its release,Band Baaja Baaraat (2010) became a critical and commercial success, with Singh’s portrayal of Bittoo being lauded by critics. He went on to win the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut award at the 56th Filmfare Awards.